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Oversight Committee: Why is State Failing to Comply With FOIA Requests For Clinton’s Emails?

From Town Hall: For years the State Department has been notoriously slow walking Freedom of Information Act requests from the media. Coincidentally, many of the requests pertain to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s private email system. Government watchdog Judicial Watch and free speech advocacy group Citizens United have filed…

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Foundationgate a ‘More Sophisticated’ Chinagate

From LifeZette: “Chinagate was more crass and haphazard, rougher around the edges,” Farrell said. “The foundation is a vehicle that facilitates all kinds of financial transactions while simultaneously draping itself with the flag of a do-gooder charity … The Clinton Foundation is far more sophisticated and involves more money than…

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Video: Hillary Clinton’s ‘forced amnesia’ in FBI investigation of emails

From OAN: The FBI notes from its interview with Hillary Clinton shows she said she claimed that she didn’t remember many facts — like when she got security clearance and whether she received confidential information on her unsecured email. Judicial Watch says the FBI interview is a “whitewash.” The Republican…

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New trove of Clinton Benghazi emails proves thin

From Politico: A lawyer for the State Department told a federal judge last week that the FBI-provided collection contained up to 30 emails “potentially responsive” to requests for records about the 2012 attack which killed four Americans, including U.S. Ambassador to Libya Christopher Stevens.

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FBI trove yields one new Clinton Benghazi email

From The Hill: “I watched with great admiration as she dealt with a tough and personally painful issue in a fair, candid and determined manner,” then-U.S. Ambassador to Brazil Thomas Shannon wrote in a message to Cheryl Mills, Clinton’s then-chief of staff at State.

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Judicial Watch Statement on State Department Admission regarding Clinton-Deleted Emails

(Washington DC) – Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton made the following statement regarding newly released documents from the State Department, which were deleted from former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s non-state.gov email system and uncovered by the FBI.  Dated October 2012, near the end of her tenure at State, the…

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Behind Clinton Foundation, the problem of money in US politics

From The Christian Science Monitor: The William J. Clinton Foundation was founded in 1997 and originally focused on raising money to build Bill Clinton’s presidential library. After the library construction phase, it morphed into a larger charitable organization that has collected upwards of $2 billion in donations from governments, corporations,…

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Trump Hires Dave Bossie of Citizens United

From The Rush Limbaugh Show: He’s one of these street fighters. He’s down there in the jungle getting things done along with Tom Fitton at Judicial Watch. These guys are just relentless.  And to be hired as the assistant campaign — (laughing)  I mean, this is a fist. This is…

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Clinton, aides said 327 times they did not recall details about private server

From The Washington Examiner: Cheryl Mills and Huma Abedin, two of Clinton’s closest confidantes, and Patrick Kennedy, undersecretary for management at the State Department, joined Clinton in telling the FBI and Judicial Watch lawyers they did not recall details about the network 327 times, according to figures circulated by the…

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Fox News: Clinton Team May Have Manipulated Benghazi Hearing

From The Washington Free Beacon: “For privacy reasons, Chelsea uses the email address, DianeReynolds@clintonemail.com, and the email reads in part, ‘We wired it that Menendez would provide an opportunity to address two topics we needed to debunk, her actions/whereabouts on 9/11 and these email from Chris Stevens about moving locations,’”…


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